Flower NameMadeira vine
Formal NameAnredera cordifolia
Alias南雲百薬, 陸若布, Madeira vine, 藜蔓
MorphHalf Hardy Evergreen vines and perennials
Madeira vine (scientific name:Anredera cordifolia) is half-hardy evergreen vine of DepartmentBasellaceae , acasacazra genus native to Brazil. Stem extends to about 5 m in the vine, so summer shade plants. And with oval green leaves, its meat is shiny. Precinct with the stems are somewhat reddish. In small, fragrant white flowers that bloom in the fall of barringtonia man like clusters (racemes). The length of the inflorescence is 10 cm or so. Sake that is nutritious, and many contain vitamins and minerals, especially magnesium, calcium, zinc, folic acid, and copper to diabetes and high blood pressure, anemia, blood whispering will have an effect. Fern, tuberous root, mukago edible and medicinal purposes. The leaves are eaten raw and bitter. Boil because it contains oxalic acid, overdose and cause stones because whittle and eat, but makes a sticky like Malabar spinach of the same Department. The whole plant is edible.
Generic name: Madeira vine, scientific name: Anredera cordifolia, leaf color: green, leaf shape: heart-shaped ovoid, extends to about 5 m, origin: Brazil, living type: half hardy perennial vine, stem: vine, stem color: reddish Leaf quality: glossy and fleshy, leaf length: 5-10 cm, leaf arrangement: alternate, leaf length: 4-8 cm, tufted, leaf margin: entire, flower, white, pale yellow, rose small flowers (racemes) , aroma: flowers, inflorescence length: 10 to 30 cm, flower size: 0.2 to 0.4 cm, place where flowers bloom: axil of axil, shoot apex, flowering period: June to October, cooking method: raw salad · stir-fry · Immersed, special note: When boiled, leaves: stickiness, Uses: foliage plants (green plant), vegetables, medicinal.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flower arrayRacemous Inflorescence
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
Flowering placePlain/fleet field
SeasonJun Jul Aug Sep Oct
Height400 ~ 500 [cm]
Diameter0.2 ~ 0.4